Riceland Foods, Inc.
Handling more than 125 million bushels of grain a year, Riceland Foods is ingrained in its business. The agricultural cooperative processes and markets the rice, soybeans, and wheat grown by its 6,000 member/owners, who farm in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Texas. One of the world's largest rice millers, it sells white and brown rice, plus flavored rices and meal kits under the Riceland and private-label brands. The co-op sells to food retailers and food service and food manufacturing companies worldwide. Riceland also makes cooking oils and processes soybeans, bran, and lecithin, and offers rice bran and hulls to pet food makers and livestock farmers as feed and bedding.
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Producers Rice Mill, Inc.
Producers Rice Mill dries, mills, and markets more than 50 million bushels of rice each year, which it sells both domestically and overseas. The growers' cooperative is one of the largest private-label producers of rice in the US, packaging more than 100 brands for the foodservice, retail, private label, export, and industrial industries. Its brands include ParExcellence, LeGourment, Golden Harvest, Classic Grains, Granada, Mandalay, Bamboo 103, Calrose, and Thai Orchard. It also processes rice for animal feeds, such as Buck Grub deer feed and Equi-Jewel horse feed.
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Lennox Industries Inc.
Lennox International makes sure the temperature is just right. The company makes climate control equipment such as heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) units for residential and commercial uses. It sells furnaces, heat pumps, fireplaces, and air conditioners under such brands as Lennox, Armstrong Air, and Aire-Flo; chillers and condensing units are sold under the Bohn and Larkin names. The heating-and-cooling maker's products are sold through some 7,000 dealers in the US and Canada. Lennox has operations in Asia, Australia, Europe, and South America. Named after inventor Dave Lennox, the company was founded in 1895.
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CAVU Aerospace Inc.
CAVU Aerospace understands the aircraft teardown business and the company proves it by offering Customized On-Site and Customized Mobile teardown solution.
It’s your teardown you tell CAVU what you want removed from the plane. CAVU can present a formal bid based on each aircraft’s work scope and whether you are needing a complete nose-to-tail teardown, ATA specific section removals, or precise aircraft cut-outs our experienced team of A&P mechanics can do the job effectively and efficiently.
Each individual offers a dynamic ability and focus to achieve the maximum results at minimal costs to our customers because we recognize that experience and quality matters.
CAVU Aerospace is located at Stuttgart Municipal Airport.
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Delta Plastics of the South LLC
Delta Plastics of the South is a manufacturer of flexible agricultural tubing and accessories.
The company began in Stuttgart and continues to operate a plant in the city. Its headquarters are in Little Rock.
Delta Plastics makes extruded polyethylene lay-flat pipes used to irrigate furrowed and non-furrowed fields. The company also operates a recycling program — farmers can return the used tubing to authorized collection sites where Delta will reclaim and recycle it into a post-consumer resin used in various industries.
The company operates more than 200 free drop-off sites and reclaims more than 100 million pounds of material annually.
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Sage V Foods LLC
Save V (pronounced Sage Five) specializes in rice-based ingredients for use in processed foods and has developed the most complete line of rice products in the industry. In addition to industrial markets, the company's line of frozen rice is also sold into the food service and retail markets.
The company was founded by Pete Vegas in 1992 as a subsidiary of American Rice/Comet Rice (a large rice milling company) and initially operated under the name Comet Rice Ingredients.
The company is not a rice miller. It purchases milled rice or milled broken rice and then further processes that raw material. The company started with rice flours and then expanded into pregelatinized flours, specialty varieties of rice, instant rice, frozen rice, and more recently crip rice.
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